Monday, 14 July 2008

Flea Market Pickin's

Bright and early Sunday morning my mom, grandma and I headed to the McDonough flea market. I think it was a little too early for most vendors, though, because only about 10 people were set up when we got there at 7:30. My mom thought it was probably because of the weather, since it was supposed to rain. Still, it was fun, and mom found a few treasures. She got the chair above for $1. It's missing one piece of the back, but that's okay. I thought it would make a good garden chair with a hole cut in the seat to hold some potted flowers. She also got this table for $5, which is covered in stuff here, but it's really cute with a white metal top and black trim. And below are just a few other things I liked, an oil painting of flowers and a little, old scooter. Later this week we'll go to one of my favorite junkin' places here, the Peachtree Pedlers Antique Mall.



1 comment:

AT THE PICKLED HUTCH said...

Wow, I have that little wood bookstand in the shop right now. I went antiquing in Stockton today and found some great treasures. Can't wait for you to see them. Great finds for your mom's shed perhaps?
Lisa & Alfie